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Letter: Not your mother’s crude oil

Published 07/20/2013, INFORUM

I am a fan of trains. It’s just that now there are few trains that move people. In Detroit Lakes, Minn., you can get a passenger train going east or west at 3 a.m. Not exactly convenient. One reason is that trains no longer move people: They move oil, gas and coal – more than 1,000 cars a day through Detroit Lakes.

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